The State Department released a 3,000-page batch of e-mails that Hillary Clinton sent and received using her private account in 2009, when she was secretary of state. While much of the correspondence was ordinary fare, it confirmed what we already knew about her: In her e-mails, Clinton seemed out of touch, out of the loop, and out of style. National Review picks its favorites:
She has a beverage-fetching-person person.
You know that feeling when your favorite private jet gets delayed so you have to take another one? So does she.
For printing and . . . framing by her bathroom mirror?
“Here’s to . . . higher transparency,” she writes from her secret illegal e-mail account.
A yurt is a tent made of felt or animal skin used by Mongolian nomads. We, like Tom Donilon apparently, are still trying to find the humor in that.
When you’re in the middle of addressing the nation, but you get the munchies . . .
Not the first time that HRC didn’t know what WJC was up to.
She doesn’t know how to use a fax machine.
Sometimes she struggles with Blackberries, too.
Just your average American who goes to the supermarket to pick up some apples “for personal use.”
President Obama keeps her in the loop.
We would be sorry too.
The State Department is set to release thousands of remaining pages of the e-mails she turned over to them on a rolling basis until January 2016, according to a court order. We wait in anticipation for more glimpses into the mind of hrod17.